REQUEST TO SUBMIT QUOTATION FOR THE PRINTING AND SUPPLY OF R&R TOOLS TO KNCV NIGERIA

General Information:            

KNCV is inviting vendors to provide quotations for the printing and supply of R & R tools. Quotation indicating details of cost, delivery terms, payment terms are to be submitted on letter headed paper and KNCV RFQ form (attached) alongside company profile.

  • Fill and submit KNCV Vendor information form (form is attached)
  • All bids must be written in English and signed by an authorized person.
  • Bids submitted after the closing date/time will neither be opened nor considered.
  • A 5% – 10% WHT will be deducted per invoice as required by FIRS.

Description of Item

S/N

Description of Items

Quantity

1

Health Facility Register for TB screening (One sided A4 register (booklet of 100 sheets printed both sides). White soft cover (Manila card))

5,000

2

Monthly Health Facility Reporting form for TB (A single white sheet 70gm (booklet of 100 perforated sheet) in duplicate. white soft cover (Manila card) stapled with four pins)

1000

3

Sputum request and result form (A single white sheet (booklet of 100 sheets) but not in duplicate)

3000

4

Specimen Transport Logbook (One sided A4 register (booklet of 100 sheets printed both sides). Grey soft cover (Manila card))     

1000

5

Index Patient Contact Investigation Form (A white sheet 70gm (booklet of 100 sheets in duplicate). Purple soft cover (Manila card) stapled with four pins)

2000

Delivery Location:

  • KNCV Nigeria Abuja

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible to participate in this process, vendors must provide proof of all the following documents:

  1. Company’s registration documents/certificate of incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC),
  2. CAC 02, CAC 07.
  3. Tax Clearance Certificate for the last 3 years (2021, 2022, 2023)
  4. Proof of similar printing to 3 organisations.

N/B: It is mandatory to submit the above listed documents whenever you are responding to any KNCV Nigeria advert.

Evaluation Criteria:

The criteria for evaluation shall include complete registration documents as indicated above including recent tax clearance certificate, cost, payment terms, and delivery terms.

Submission:

Open Date/Time: 1:00 pm Tuesday, July 15, 2024

Close Date/Time: 12:00pm Thursday July 25, 2024

Procedure for Submitting:

Vendors are to submit requested documentation By HAND to:

KNCV Nigeria; 4th Floor, Block B, AUJ Complex, Plot 564/565 Independence Avenue, Central Business District Abuja.

For further inquiries, kindly send an email to: enquiry@kncvnigeria.org

Selection process

The selected vendor will be contacted via e-mail, immediately after the selection process is concluded.

N/B

– Delivery Location – Independence Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria.

–  The shortlisted vendors will be required to bring sample(s) for sighting at KNCV Head office (Same as delivery location)

– KNCV shall only accept from the selected vendor – “company banking details” not individual/private banking details

– KNCV shall not pay VAT (exemption certificate may be provided to selected vendor on request)

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL AND QUOTATIONS FROM TRAVEL AGENCIES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF TRAVEL TICKETS FOR KNCV NIGERIA

General Information:

KNCV is inviting travel agencies to submit proposals to render services to KNCV Nigeria.

Submissions should be inclusive of the company profile, technical proposal, and cost of providing services.

Submissions to include but are not limited to the following:

  • Company profile and proposal.
  • Detailed description and terms of services offered.
  • Cost breakdown for various services such as for the issuance/re-issuance and rerouting of domestic flight tickets and international flight tickets for 1-3 years and renewable subject to satisfactory performance.
  • Fill and submit the KNCV RFQ and Vendor information form (forms attached)
  • All submissions must be written in English and signed by an authorized person
  • Proposals submitted after the deadline will neither be opened nor considered
  • Please note that a 5-10% WHT will be deducted per invoice as required by FIRS

Eligibility Requirement:

To be eligible to participate in this process, vendors must provide proof of all the following documents:

  1. Company’s registration documents/certificate of incorporation with the Corporate Affairs Commission
  2. (CAC), CAC 07, CAC 02
  3. Operation Licence and Proof of membership to relevant travel association.
  4. Tax Clearance Certificate (For the Last 3 years)
  5. Proof of similar services (job) executed within the last (1) year including letters of award/ contract engagement.

Submissions in default of ANY requirement listed above will be excluded from the procedure.

N/B: It is mandatory to submit the above-listed documents whenever you are responding to any KNCV Nigeria advert.

Evaluation Criteria:

The criteria for evaluation shall include:

Complete registration documents including recent tax certificate, Cost, Delivery terms, Payment terms (Credit Limit),

Submissions:

Open Date/Time: 9:00 am Tuesday, July 2, 2024

Close Date/Time: 9:00 am Thursday, July 11, 2024

Procedure for Submitting:

All bids are to be submitted By HAND to:

KNCV Nigeria; Plot 564/565 Block B AUJ Complex Independence Avenue, Central Business District Abuja.

For further inquiries on this bid, kindly send an email to: enquiry@kncvnigeria.org

Selection process

The selected vendor will be contacted via e-mail, immediately after the selection process is concluded.

N/B

          – KNCV shall only accept from the selected vendor – “company banking details” not individual/private banking details

          – KNCV shall not pay VAT (exemption certificate may be provided to the selected vendor on request.

Global Fund C PPM Project Vacancy announcement- KNCV Nigeria.

KNCV Nigeria is firmly equipped with the technical and administrative capacity to strengthen TB, TB/HIV and COVID 19 Vaccination service delivery platforms, supporting health system strengthening and research in Nigeria. With over 200 program staff in 14 state offices and over 2,000 ad hoc health care workers across 248 facilities, KNCN Nigeria has remained a major player in TB program implementation in Nigeria. We employ a systems approach, using data-driven quality improvement methods to identify and address gaps in TB, TB/HIV diagnostic and management services. Our work focuses on collaborative planning, design, and implementation, engaging the private sector, strengthening service delivery platforms, and community structures, and improving the quality of services available in Nigeria.

In collaboration with the Institute of Human Virology (IHVN) as the Principal Recipient (PR), KNCV is implementing the Global Fund Grant Cycle 7 (GC7)  which seeks to improve the public-private mix (PPM) contribution to TB control, community active TB case finding and referral for management, as well as the provision of HIV Testing Services (HTS) to pregnant women through community engagements and early infant diagnosis for HIV in the 7 states of Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Bauchi Cross River, Kaduna, Kano, and Katsina.

The GC7 approach will include 1) people-centered services where clients are valued as equal partners who are served by integrated and client-centric differentiated service delivery (DSD) approaches; and 2) community engagement that targets.

  • Persons with HIV and TB
  • TB/HIV co-infection
  • Multi-drug resistant TB (MDR TB)

The goals of the grant are:

  • To accelerate efforts at ending the TB epidemic in Nigeria by ensuring access to comprehensive and high-quality patient-centered and community-owned TB (TB, TB/HIV, and DR-TB) services for all Nigerians by 2026.
  • To increase the PPM contribution to the national TB case notification from 24% in 2022 to 30% in 2026 and to increase the community contribution to the national TB case notification from 43% in 2022 to 45% in 2026.
  • To achieve 100% HIV screening among pregnant and breastfeeding women in unconventional settings (TBAs and home settings) in Nigeria by 2026.

Recruitment Program Officers (3)

(Vacancy number KN135)

Job Title: Program Officers (3)

Job Type: Full Time

Qualification: MBBS, MPH

Experience: 5 years

Location: Anambra, Bauchi, Kano.

Purpose of the job

The program officer will serve as the team lead at the state level and oversee the implementation of the Global Fund GC7 grant in the supported state. The Program officer will work closely with and support the State TB and Leprosy Control Programs (STBLCP) as well as the State AIDS and STI Control Program (SASCP) in the control of TB and HIV in the supported states. The program officer will support the demand creation for TB and HIV control services, support the diagnosis of TB from the private sector and the community, as well as support the provision of HIV testing services to pregnant women through community engagements and early infant diagnosis for HIV. The Program officer will also support the management of diagnosed TB/DRTB cases in each supported state and ensure that all enrolled TB clients have a favorable treatment outcome. They will organize & conduct regular data-driven health facility supervision to ensure quality TB, TB/HIV, DR-TB surveillance, and service delivery.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Program Officer:

  • Oversee the implementation of all components of the Global Fund GC7 grant in the state.
  • Facilitate the engagement of private Health facilities and other relevant stakeholders in TB and HIV control.
  • Organize & conduct regular data-driven health facility supervision to ensure quality TB, TB/HIV, DR-TB surveillance, and service delivery.
  • Provide regular technical support and supervision to field personnel, including private health sector care providers, Linkage Coordinators, sample movers, PPM Cluster Coordinators, Sputum Movement Consultants, Community TB/HIV Cascade Monitors, CBOs, and other related staff providing services along TB service delivery cascade.
  • Support facilities to ensure effective linkages for TB clinical cascade as well as integration with allied interventions including HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment.
  • Work with relevant state staff to disseminate guidelines, tools, and procedures that will support the achievement of quality service delivery.
  • Contribute to the development of program strategies, subproject documents, work plans, and budgets and ensure key performance indicators are met in line with the grant objectives.
  • Contribute to the development of lessons learned from programs and projects related to TB and TB/HIV program interventions and apply these lessons to modify existing programs and improve the design of new programs.
  • Represent KNCV with donors and government officials on issues of Global Fund GC7
  • Assist in strengthening a system of reporting on program progress against stated objectives and monitoring and evaluation frameworks.
  • Assist in the data collection, collation, validation, and reporting according to the KNCV GF M&E plan.
  • Submit monthly/quarterly state progress reports to the country office.

Who are we looking for?

Education:

  • MBBS and master’s degree or higher in public health.
  • A master’s degree in public health will be an additional advantage.

Knowledge/experience:

  • Minimum five (5) years experience in TB/HIV program implementation in a resource-challenged setting.
  • Demonstrated experience with public health disease programs and/or surveillance strengthening in developing countries (including national TB control programs and/or other infectious disease control) is highly desirable.
  • Knowledge of and familiarity with key HIV innovations and other strategic initiatives with a focus on surveillance and/or monitoring.
  • Experience with Global Fund policies, regulations, and procedures is desirable.
  • Proficiency in statistical analysis and use of computer
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, approachable and good listener
  • Exhibits a high level of accuracy in work, and ability to analyze complex sets of relationships and situations.
  • Have a high sense of integrity and transparency.
  • Ability to manage official information in a confidential manner.
  • Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure to meet deadlines.

What do we offer?

  • A full-time (40 hours per week) fixed-term contract for a year, with the intention of extending the contract depending on funding and performance.
  • Fast-paced and result-oriented culture.
  • An informal work atmosphere in an international environment where initiative is appreciated.
  • A highly motivated and diverse team of experienced, self-driven colleagues.
  • Frequent capacity building and training
  • KNCV Nigeria has its own Employment Conditions Scheme.

How to Apply

  • Interested and Qualified candidates are to Click Here to Apply. Only applicants who applied via this channel will be considered

Note:

  • We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if a suitable candidate is found.
  • Due to the influx of applications, only shortlisted candidates may receive feedback on the recruitment process.
  • Any successful candidate will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation.
  • KNCV Nigeria is against any form of sexual harassment and abuse.
  • There may be travel requirements and opportunities within Nigeria.
  • KNCV Nigeria is an equal-opportunity employer

Recruitment Assistant Program Officers (2)

(Vacancy number KN136)

 Job Title: Assistant Program Officer (2)

Job Type: Full Time

Qualification: BSc/BA, MBA/MSc/MA

Experience: 3 years

Location: Akwa Ibom, Kaduna.

Purpose of the job

The Assistant program officer will support the Program officer in overseeing the technical aspects of the day-to-day implementation of the Global fund GC7 grant in each state and will support the State TB and Leprosy Control Programs (STBLCP) as well as the State AIDS and STI Control Program (SASCP) in the control of TB and HIV in the supported states. The Assistant program officer will support the demand creation for TB and HIV control services, support the diagnosis of TB from the private sector and the community, as well as support the provision of HIV testing services to pregnant women through community engagements and early infant diagnosis for HIV. The Program officer will also support the management of diagnosed TB/DRTB cases in each supported state and ensure that all enrolled TB clients have a favorable treatment outcome. They will organize & conduct regular data-driven health facility supervision to ensure quality TB, TB/HIV, DR-TB surveillance, and service delivery. The Assistant Program officer will also oversee the activities of the TB/EID Sample movement consultants, TB/HIV Cascade monitors as well as the PPM Cluster Coordinators.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Program Officer:

  • Facilitate the engagement of private Health facilities and other relevant stakeholders in TB and HIV control.
  • Organize & conduct regular data-driven health facility supervision to ensure quality TB, TB/HIV, DR-TB surveillance, and service delivery.
  • Provide regular technical support and supervision to field personnel, including private health sector care providers, Linkage Coordinators, sample movers, PPM Cluster Coordinators, Sputum Movement Consultants, Community TB/HIV Cascade Monitors, CBOs, and other related staff providing services along TB service delivery cascade.
  • Support facilities to ensure effective linkages for TB clinical cascade as well as integration with allied interventions including HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment.
  • Work with relevant state staff to disseminate guidelines, tools, and procedures that will support the achievement of quality service delivery.
  • Represent KNCV with donors and government officials on issues of Global Fund GC7
  • Assist in strengthening a system of reporting on program progress against stated objectives and monitoring and evaluation frameworks.
  • Assist in the data collection, collation, validation, and reporting according to the KNCV GF M&E plan.

Who are we looking for?

Education:

  • BSc/BA.
  • A master’s degree will be an additional advantage.

Knowledge/experience:

  • Minimum three (3) years experience in TB/HIV program implementation in a resource-challenged setting.
  • Demonstrated experience with public health disease programs and/or surveillance strengthening in developing countries (including national TB control programs and/or other infectious disease control) is highly desirable.
  • Experience with Global Fund policies, regulations, and procedures is desirable.
  • Proficiency in statistical analysis and use of computer
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, approachable and good listener
  • Exhibits a high level of accuracy in work, and ability to analyze complex sets of relationships and situations.
  • Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure to meet deadlines.

What do we offer?

  • A full-time (40 hours per week) fixed-term contract for a year, with the intention of extending the contract depending on funding and performance.
  • Fast-paced and result-oriented culture.
  • An informal work atmosphere in an international environment where initiative is appreciated.
  • A highly motivated and diverse team of experienced, self-driven colleagues.
  • Frequent capacity building and training.
  • KNCV Nigeria has its own Employment Conditions Scheme.

How to Apply

  • Interested and Qualified candidates are to Click Here to Apply. Only applicants who applied via this channel will be considered

Note:

  • We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if a suitable candidate is found.
  • Due to the influx of applications, only shortlisted candidates may receive feedback on the recruitment process.
  • Any successful candidate will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation.
  • KNCV Nigeria is against any form of sexual harassment and abuse.
  • There may be travel requirements and opportunities within Nigeria.
  • KNCV Nigeria is an equal-opportunity employer

Recruitment M&E Assistant

(Vacancy number KN137)

Job Title: M&E Assistant

Job Type: Full Time

Qualification: BA/BSc/HND, /MSc/MA

Experience: 2 – 3 years

Location: Abuja

Purpose of the job

The M&E Assistant will work with the M&E Advisor to ensure a seamless harmonization of all M&E activities and ensure the implementation of the M&E plan for the GF COMM-PPM Project, including monitoring progress against planned activities, critical milestones, and targets as well as providing support and guidance to program counterparts to ensure that the data collection, data management, and reporting, are of the highest possible quality.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant:

  • Support the M&E Advisor to ensure timely and complete reporting of Project activities.
  • Adapt & implement tools & techniques to improve the quality and use of data.
  • Contribute to employing a rigorous monitoring and evaluation system to track the progress of Project activities and outputs, including a strong focus on documenting lessons learned and best practices in monitoring and evaluation.
  • Provide support and capacity building to site-level staff for data collection, collation, and analysis.
  • Participate in data management activities for rapid assessments, situational analysis, surveys, evaluations, and operations research as required.
  • Assist in monitoring and evaluating progress towards annual work plans, and expected outputs, including selecting and monitoring progress in meeting indicators.
  • Support monitoring and evaluation and knowledge management activities across project sites.
  • Perform routine data quality assessment (DQA) and implement quality improvement mechanisms to ensure data quality.
  • Support the M&E Advisor to ensure timely data collection, compilation, and reporting according to project M&E plan.
  • Perform other additional duties as assigned.

Who are we looking for?

Education:

  • BA/BSc/HND, /MSc/MA
  • A master’s degree in statistics or public health will be an additional advantage.

Knowledge/experience:

  • At least 2-3 years of experience in M & E in public health projects
  • Experience in working in the fields of TB/HIV, Community TB, and MDR TB, with extensive field experience in Nigeria.
  • Proficiency in statistical analysis and use of computer
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, approachable and good listener
  • Exhibits a high level of accuracy in work, and ability to analyze complex sets of relationships and situations.
  • Excellent in written and spoken English.
  • Must be self-starter with the ability to work in a team, dynamic, solid, and open.
  • Must be flexible with absolute integrity, organizational awareness, and understanding of cultural differences.
  • Have a high sense of integrity and transparency.
  • Ability to manage official information confidentially.
  • Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure to meet deadlines.

What do we offer?

  • A full-time (40 hours per week) fixed-term contract for a year, with the intention of extending the contract depending on funding and performance.
  • Fast-paced and result-oriented culture.
  • An informal work atmosphere in an international environment where initiative is appreciated.
  • A highly motivated and diverse team of experienced, self-driven colleagues.
  • Frequent capacity building and training.
  • KNCV Nigeria has its own Employment Conditions Scheme.

How to Apply

  • Interested and Qualified candidates are to Click here to apply. Only applicants who applied via this channel will be considered

Note:

  • We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if a suitable candidate is found.
  • Due to the influx of applications, only shortlisted candidates may receive feedback on the recruitment process.
  • Any successful candidate will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation.
  • KNCV Nigeria is against any form of sexual harassment and abuse.
  • There may be travel requirements and opportunities within Nigeria.
  • KNCV Nigeria is an equal-opportunity employer

Recruitment TB/HIV Technical Assistant (11)

(Vacancy number KN138) 

Job Title: TB/HIV Technical Assistant (11)

Job Type: Consultancy

Qualification: BSc/BA, MBA/MSc/MA

Experience: 3 years

Location: Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Bauchi, Cross River, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina

Purpose of the job

The TB/HIV Technical Assistant will support the Program officer to provide day-to-day oversight for the scale-up of community TB/DRTB, HIV, and PPM services across the state, as well as the optimize demand creation for the implementation of the community linkage of pregnant HIV positive women from the community to appropriate care.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Program Officer:

Under the coordination of the Program Officer, the State TB/HIV Technical Assistant will:

  • Provide day-to-day oversight for the scale-up of community TB/DRTB, HIV, and PPM services across the state.
  • Coordinate with all the ad-hoc field workers engaged by KNCV Nigeria to ensure effective service delivery.
  • Support the Program officer in ensuring seamless coordination and robust data reporting.
  • Work closely with cluster coordinators and LGA TB/HIV reporting structures.
  • Collaborate with the state STBLCP and SASCP to facilitate knowledge transfer and capacity building as TB and HIV service integration is being scaled up.
  • Build the capacity of existing state TB and HIV structures toward program sustainability.
  • Collate and analyze program data following LGA validation of TB and HIV data.
  • Identify the gaps in providers, facilities, and LGAs and develop remedial actions.
  • Develop the weekly state/LGA TB/HIV activity work plan in line with the approved state budget.
  • Onboard field teams and service providers on technological solutions (MATS, CommTB, AIM 250, EPCON, specimen movement dashboard).
  • Manage the back end of these systems and work with the central teams to troubleshoot issues.
  • Provide on-site mentoring and capacity building for TB/HIV PPM and community service providers in the state.
  • Review weekly community TB and HIV activity reports from outreaches, Active Case findings, and HTS among pregnant women conducted across all LGAs by the CBOs.
  • Assess work plans and budgets for subsequent week’s activities for the program officer’s approval.
  • Maintain the state’s line listing of all DRTB patients identified from PPM and community interventions.
  • Support the STBLCP and SASCP in ensuring 100% linkage to treatment for HIV-positive pregnant women identified in the community.
  • Maintain statewide visibility of TB/HIV program commodities, consumables, and medicines.
  • Collaborate with state TB and HIV logistics officers.
  • Redistribute RTKs and medicines to LGAs as needed.
  • Manage supplies and distribution of mama packs and the action meal.
  • Prepare distribution plans and generate monthly utilization reports.

Who are we looking for?

Education:

  • BSc/BA.
  • A master’s degree will be an additional advantage.

Knowledge/experience:

  • Minimum three (3) years experience in TB/HIV program implementation in a resource-challenged setting.
  • Demonstrated experience with public health disease programs and/or surveillance strengthening in developing countries (including national TB control programs and/or other infectious disease control) is highly desirable.
  • Experience of Global Fund policies, regulations, and procedures is desirable.
  • Proficiency in statistical analysis and use of computer
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, approachable and good listener
  • Exhibits a high level of accuracy in work, and ability to analyze complex sets of relationships and situations.
  • Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure to meet deadlines.

What do we offer?

  • An onsite consultancy (40 hours per week) fixed-term contract for a year, with the intention of extending the contract depending on funding and performance.
  • Fast-paced and result-oriented culture.
  • An informal work atmosphere in an international environment where initiative is appreciated.
  • A highly motivated and diverse team of experienced, self-driven colleagues.
  • Frequent capacity building and training.
  • KNCV Nigeria has its own Employment Conditions Scheme.

How to Apply

  • Interested and Qualified candidates are to Click Here to Apply. Only applicants who applied via this channel will be considered

Note:

  • We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if a suitable candidate is found.
  • Due to the influx of applications, only shortlisted candidates may receive feedback on the recruitment process.
  • Any successful candidate will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation.
  • KNCV Nigeria is against any form of sexual harassment and abuse.
  • There may be travel requirements and opportunities within Nigeria.
  • KNCV Nigeria is an equal opportunity employer

Recruitment Account Assistant (7)

(Vacancy number KN139)

Job Title: Account Assistant

Job Type: Consultancy

Qualification: Bachelor’s degree (Accounting, Finance and or Business Management)

Experience: 3 – 4 years

Location: Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Bauchi, Cross Rivers, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina.

Purpose of the job

The Account Assistant will be responsible for preparing and managing all payments and incentives due to Linkage Coordinators, PMVs, CBOs, Mentor Mentors, and Facilities. The ideal candidate will have strong accounting skills, experience in handling accounts payable and receivable, and a keen eye for detail. This role requires excellent organizational skills and the ability to ensure accuracy and timeliness in processing financial transactions.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Program/Admin Assistant:

  • Prepare and process payments and incentives for all project stakeholders, including Linkage Coordinators, PMVs, CBOs, Mentor Mentors, and Facilities.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date financial records.
  • Reconcile accounts and resolve any discrepancies in a timely manner.
  • Ensure compliance with financial policies, procedures, and donor requirements.
  • Assist in preparing financial reports for the Global Fund Project.
  • Communicate with stakeholders to address and resolve payment-related issues.
  • Support the finance team with additional accounting tasks as needed.
  • Ensure adherence to all major financial rules and regulations which are described in the KNCV Finance Manual and other appropriate policies.
  • Perform other additional duties as assigned.

Who are we looking for?

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree (Accounting, Finance and or Business Management)

Knowledge/experience:

  • 3 – 4 years of experience in finance management, accounting, and working in a project setting
  • Demonstrable experience with accounting and financial reporting in GF/USG supported projects
  • Knowledge of relevant accounting software systems
  • Excellent Excel skills
  • Proficiency in the use of computer applications (Microsoft Office etc.)
  • Excellent written and verbal English language skills
  • Must be a self-starter with the ability to work in a team, dynamic, solid, and open
  • Must be flexible with absolute integrity, organizational awareness, and understanding of cultural differences.

What do we offer?

  • An Onsite consultancy (40 hours per week) fixed-term contract for a year, with the intention of extending the contract depending on funding and performance.
  • Fast-paced and result-oriented culture.
  • An informal work atmosphere in an international environment where initiative is appreciated.
  • A highly motivated and diverse team of experienced, self-driven colleagues.
  • Frequent capacity building and training.
  • KNCV Nigeria has its own Employment Conditions Scheme.

How to Apply

  • Interested and Qualified candidates are to Click Here to Apply. Only applicants who applied via this channel will be considered

Note:

  • We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if a suitable candidate is found.
  • Due to the influx of applications, only shortlisted candidates may receive feedback on the recruitment process.
  • Any successful candidate will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation.
  • KNCV Nigeria is against any form of sexual harassment and abuse.
  • There may be travel requirements and opportunities within Nigeria.
  • KNCV Nigeria is an equal opportunity employer

Recruitment TB/EID Sample Movement Consultant

(Vacancy number KN140)

Job Title: TB/EID Sample Movement Consultant

Job Type: Consultancy

Qualification: BA/BSc/HND, /MSc/MA

Experience: 1-2 years

Location: Kaduna

Purpose of the job

The TB/EID Sample movement consultant will support general Public Private Mix (PPM), community active TB case search as well as HIV early infant diagnosis implementation in the state with a special focus on sample referral to testing sites by sputum movers, as well as timely retrieval of results, and ensure adequate documentation and monitoring.

Duties and Responsibilities of the TB/EID Sample Movement Consultant:

  • Collaborate with the State Program Officer to work with the State program in reviewing the existing molecular diagnostic sites (GeneXpert, Truenat, etc) mapping.
  • Support the effectiveness and efficiency of sputum sample/EID referral in both public and private facilities in the state to designated GeneXpert sites and reference laboratories.
  • Conduct routine monitoring and supervisory visits to ensure the effectiveness of sample referrals in their respective states.
  • Collate and submit monthly sputum shipment data in the state to the state program officer.
  • Review and submit verified Sputum/EID payment sheet monthly.
  • Coordinate monthly harmonization of data between the Linkage coordinators/CBOs and the Local Government Tuberculosis and Leprosy Supervisor (LGTBLS)
  • Support demand creation for Tuberculosis (TB) services at the community level
  • Write and share monthly narrative reports on sample shipments.
  • Routine review and validation of sample shipment reports by the linkage coordinators for their respective states.
  • Facilitate prompt resolutions of downtimes at any designated molecular diagnostic site and re-direct or re-distribute sputum samples to nearby sites for prompt testing.
  • Conduct any other task as may be assigned.

Who are we looking for?

Education:

  • HND or Bachelor’s degree.
  • A Master’s degree will be an added advantage.

Knowledge/experience:

  • 1-2 years of relevant work experience with development agencies and foundations
  • Experience in the TB/HIV program is an added advantage.

What do we offer?

  • An On-site Consultancy (40 hours per week) fixed-term contract for a year, with the intention of extending the contract depending on funding and performance.
  • Fast-paced and result-oriented culture.
  • An informal work atmosphere in an international environment where initiative is appreciated.
  • A highly motivated and diverse team of experienced, self-driven colleagues.
  • Frequent capacity building and training.
  • KNCV Nigeria has its own Employment Conditions Scheme.

How to Apply

  • Interested and Qualified candidates are to Click Here to Apply. Only applicants who applied via this channel will be considered

Note:

  • We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if a suitable candidate is found.
  • Due to the influx of applications, only shortlisted candidates may receive feedback on the recruitment process.
  • Any successful candidate will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation.
  • KNCV Nigeria is against any form of sexual harassment and abuse.
  • There may be travel requirements and opportunities within Nigeria.
  • KNCV Nigeria is an equal opportunity employer

                     REQUEST TO SUBMIT QUOTATION FOR THE SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF INVERTER BATTERIES AT KNCV NIGERIA CLUSTER OFFICE (AWKA)

 General Information:                                                                                                                           

KNCV is inviting vendors to provide quotations for the supply and installation of inverter batteries indicating details of, cost, delivery terms, and payment terms are to be submitted on letter-headed paper and the KNCV RFQ form (attached) alongside the company profile.

  • Fill and submit the KNCV Vendor information form (form attached)
  • All bids must be written in English and signed by an authorized person.
  • Bids submitted after the closing date/time will neither be opened nor considered.
  • A 5% – 10% WHT will be deducted per invoice as required by FIRS.

Description of Item

S/N

Description of Items

Quantity

1

220AH/12V ADDO tubular inverter batteries

8

2

8 Batteries units Rack

1

3

Installation and logistic cost

1

Delivery Location:

  • KNCV Anambra state (Awka) Office

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible to participate in this process, vendors must provide proof of all the following documents:

  1. Company’s registration documents/certificate of incorporation with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC),
  2. CAC 02, CAC 07.
  3. Tax Clearance Certificate (For the Last 3 years)
  4. Proof of similar supply to 3 organizations.

N/B: It is mandatory to submit the above-listed documents whenever you are responding to any KNCV Nigeria advert.

Evaluation Criteria:

The criteria for evaluation shall include complete registration documents as required above including a recent tax clearance certificate, warranty term, return policy, cost, payment terms, and delivery terms.

Submission:

Open Date/Time: 9:00 am Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Close Date/Time: 9:00 am Monday, June 3, 2024

Procedure for Submitting:

Vendors are to submit requested documentation By HAND to:

KNCV Nigeria; 4th Floor, Block B, AUJ Complex, Plot 564/565  Independence Avenue, Central Business District Abuja.

 For further inquiries on this bid, kindly send an email to: enquiry@kncvnigeria.org 

Selection process

The selected vendor will be contacted via e-mail, immediately after the selection process is concluded.

N/B

– Delivery Location – Independence Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria

– KNCV shall only accept from the selected vendor – “company banking details” not individual/private banking details

– KNCV shall not pay VAT (exemption certificate may be provided to the selected vendor on request)

 

          REQUEST TO SUBMIT QUOTATION FOR THE SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF INVERTER BATTERRIES AT KNCV KANO CLUSTER OFFICE.

General Information:                                                                                                         

KNCV is inviting vendors to provide quotations for the supply and installation of inverter batteries indicating details of, cost, delivery terms, and payment terms are to be submitted on letter-headed paper and the KNCV RFQ form (attached) alongside the company profile.

  • Fill and submit the KNCV Vendor information form (form attached)
  • All bids must be written in English and signed by an authorized person.
  • Bids submitted after the closing date/time will neither be opened nor considered.
  • A 5% – 10% WHT will be deducted per invoice as required by FIRS.

Description of Item

S/N

Description of Items

Quantity

1

220AH/12V ADDO tubular inverter batteries

8

2

8 Batteries units Rack

1

3

Installation and logistic cost

1

Delivery Location:

KNCV Kano State Office,Tarauni L.G.A, Kano State, Nigeria.

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible to participate in this process, vendors must provide proof of all the following documents:

  1. Company’s registration documents/certificate of incorporation with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC),
  2. CAC 02, CAC 07.
  3. Tax Clearance Certificate (For the Last 3 years)
  4. Proof of similar supply to 3 organizations.

N/B: It is mandatory to submit the above-listed documents whenever you are responding to any KNCV Nigeria advert.

Evaluation Criteria:

The criteria for evaluation shall include complete registration documents as required above including a recent tax clearance certificate, warranty term, return policy, cost, payment terms, and delivery terms.

Submission:

Open Date/Time: 9:00 am Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Close Date/Time: 9:00 am Monday, June 3, 2024

 

Procedure for Submitting:

Vendors are to submit requested documentation By HAND to:

KNCV Nigeria; 4th Floor, Block B, AUJ Complex, Plot 564/565 Independence Avenue, Central Business District Abuja. 

For further inquiries on this bid, kindly send an email to: enquiry@kncvnigeria.org

Selection process

The selected vendor will be contacted via e-mail, immediately after the selection process is concluded.

N/B

– Delivery Location – Independence Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria

– KNCV shall only accept from the selected vendor – “company banking details” not individual/private banking details

– KNCV shall not pay VAT (exemption certificate may be provided to the selected vendor on request)

 

REQUEST TO SUBMIT QUOTATION FOR THE SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF INVERTER BATTERIES AT  KNCV NIGERIA CLUSTER OFFICE UYO, AKWA IBOM STATE, NIGERIA. 

General Information:                                                                                                                           

KNCV is inviting vendors to provide quotations for the supply and installation of inverter batteries quotation indicating details of, the cost, delivery terms, and payment terms are to be submitted on letter-headed paper and the KNCV RFQ form (attached) alongside the company profile.

  • Fill and submit the KNCV Vendor information form (form attached)
  • All bids must be written in English and signed by an authorized person.
  • Bids submitted after the closing date/time will neither be opened nor considered.
  • A 5% – 10% WHT will be deducted per invoice as required by FIRS.

Description of Item

S/N

Description of Items

Quantity

1

220AH/12V ADDO tubular inverter batteries

8

2

8 Batteries units Rack

1

3

Installation and logistic cost

1

Delivery Location:

  • KNCV Nigeria cluster office. Ewet housing estate Uyo, Akwa Ibom, state.

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible to participate in this process, vendors must provide proof of all the following documents:

  1. Company’s registration documents/certificate of incorporation with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC),
  2. CAC 02, CAC 07.
  3. Tax Clearance Certificate (For the Last 3 years)
  4. Proof of similar supply to 3 organizations.

N/B: It is mandatory to submit the above-listed documents whenever you are responding to any KNCV Nigeria advert.

Evaluation Criteria:

The criteria for evaluation shall include complete registration documents as required above including a recent tax clearance certificate, warranty term, return policy, cost, payment terms, and delivery terms.

Submission:

Open Date/Time: 9:00 am Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Close Date/Time: 9:00 am Monday, June 3, 2024

Procedure for Submitting:

Vendors are to submit requested documentation By HAND to:

KNCV Nigeria; 4th Floor, Block B, AUJ Complex, Plot 564/565  Independence Avenue, Central Business District Abuja.

For further inquiries on this bid, kindly send an email to: enquiry@kncvnigeria.org

Selection process

The selected vendor will be contacted via e-mail, immediately after the selection process is concluded.

N/B

– Delivery Location – Independence Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria

– KNCV shall only accept from the selected vendor – “company banking details” not individual/private banking details

– KNCV shall not pay VAT (exemption certificate may be provided to selected vendor on request

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Provision of Ad-hoc Staff Payment Warehousing Services.

Introduction

KNCV Nigeria is firmly equipped with technical and administrative capacity in strengthening TB, TB/HIV and COVID 19 Vaccination service delivery platforms, supporting health system strengthening and research in Nigeria. With 150 program staff in 14 state offices and over 1,000 ad hoc health care workers across 248 facilities, KNCN Nigeria has remained a major player in TB Program implementation in Nigeria. We employ a systems approach, using data-driven quality improvement methods to identify and address gaps in TB, TB/HIV diagnostic and management services. Our work focuses on collaborative planning, design, and implementation, engaging the private sector, strengthening service delivery platforms, and community structures and improving the quality of services available in Nigeria.

Objectives

KNCV Nigeria is requesting for proposals from credible and competent organizations to provide payment warehousing services for Ad-hoc staff engaged in the USAID funded TB LON Regions 1 & 2 project. The successful organization will be engaged for a period of 4 months in the first instance  with effect from 1st June to 31st September 2024 with an option for extension based on performance and grants/project availability.

An estimated number of about 1,000 ad-hoc staff work across the 14 USAID TB LON Regions 1 &2 project states and the available ad-hoc staff positions per state are indicative and do not represent a commitment that KNCV Nigeria will necessarily fill up all positions, this means that actual implementation will vary, and funds disbursements will depend on that actual utilization of these positions. While payments vary depending on the group/cadre of staff across the states, payments must be issued based on staff performance i.e. performance-based payments. KNCV Nigeria will determine and communicate the stipend per staff via a payment schedule.

Opening Date : 17th  May 2024

Closing Date : 27th  May  2024

Ad-hoc Staff Cadre:

  1. TB Surge staff
  2. TB Linkage Coordinator
  3. GeneXpert / TB LAMP Ad-hoc staff
  4. Cluster Coordinators
  5. Data Officers

Scope of Work (SoW):

  • Timely official documentation, issuance of engagement/renewal/disengagement letters of all groups of ad-hoc staff.
  • Timely issuance of Identification Cards/ withdrawal of the same as required.
  • Timely review and payment of their stipends align with the KNCV Nigeria-approved payment schedules and payment report submission.
  • Quick intervention into payment challenges as communicated by KNCV Nigeria.
  • Periodic supervision and assessment of adhoc-staff workflow, performance, and attendance, with assessment report submission.

Requirements:

  1. Office Space/Address: Show evidence of good office space where operations occur, and the KNCV Nigeria team can readily & comfortably contact the management team on discussions around the operations.
  2. Technical Expertise: Assign qualified and experienced staff to lead/manage the operations of this effort directly. Maintain a bank account with excellent record keeping for this purpose. Process payments with minimal or no issues within 24-48 hours of the receipt of the payment schedule from KNCV Nigeria and share the payment report within a week of the same. Timely transmission of activity reports (refer to SoW) quarterly.
  3. Advancing funds/Gap-bridging: Show the capability to access funds and process payments whenever there are delays in quarterly funds from KNCV Nigeria for one reason or another.
  4. Compliance: Show evidence of capacity to ensure compliance with KNCV Nigeria’s record-keeping and financial probity requirements.
  5. Flexibility: Show evidence of capacity to respond to changes in the operating environment.

Reporting Requirements:

  1. Daily Reports (as needed) on the engagement of recruits per official documentation, letter of engagement/disengagement, ID Card provision/retrieval, and any issue that requires escalation to KNCV Nigeria to the KNCV Nigeria Finance and Operations Department
  2. Monthly payment reports and Monitoring & Assessment reports to the KNCV Nigeria Finance and Operations Department
  3. Quarterly payment reports, Expenditure details/analysis, general operations report to the KNCV Nigeria Grants & Complaince Department

Key Performance Indicators:

  1. Timely processing of stipends
  2. Quality of Payment processed (zero or minimal issues)
  3. Ability to excellently follow through on other responsibilities per the SoW.
  4. Completeness of documentation.

Application and Information (Read Carefully)

You can submit your proposal by sending your application letter and supporting documents as a single document and use the following subject pattern “Provision of Ad-hoc Staff Payment Warehousing Services”.

Then email your attachment to procurement@kncvnigeria.org Applications sent by any other means or delivered to other addresses will not be considered.

For further inquiries on this proposal, kindly send an email to: enquiry@kncvnigeria.org  This advert closes 10 days from the date of this publication. The selected organization  will be contacted via e-mail, immediately after the selection process is concluded.

REQUEST TO SUBMIT QUOTATTION FOR THE REDESIGNING OF KNCV NIGERIA WEBSITE.

General Information:

KNCV is inviting vendors to provide quotations for the redesigning of KNCV Website quotation should include details of, cost, delivery terms, payment terms all to be submitted on letter headed paper and KNCV RFQ form (attached) alongside company profile.

  • Fill and submit KNCV Vendor information form (form attached)
  • All bids must be written in English and signed by an authorized person.
  • Bids submitted after the closing date/time will neither be opened nor considered.
  • A 10% WHT will be deducted per invoice as required by FIRS.

Description of Item

S/N

Description of Items

Quantity

1

KNCV Nigeria Website Redesign with user Experience (UX) Optimization and responsiveness.

 

2

Installation of Bridge Theme / modification and plugins integration

 

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible to participate in this process, vendors must provide proof of all the following documents:

  1. Company’s registration documents/certificate of incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC),
  2. CAC 02, CAC 07.
  3. Tax Clearance Certificate for the last 3 year (2020,2021,2023)
  4. Proof of similar supply to 3 organisations.

N/B : It is mandatory to submit the above listed documents whenever you are responding to every advert. 

Evaluation Criteria:

The criteria for evaluation shall include complete registration documents as required above including recent tax clearance certificate, cost, payment terms, and delivery terms.

Submission:

Open Date/Time:  12:00pm Friday, May 10th, 2024

Close Date/Time:  9:00am Monday May 20th, 2024

Procedure for submitting required documents:

By HAND to:

KNCV Nigeria; 4th Floor, Block B, AUJ Complex, Plot 564/565  Independence Avenue, Central Business District Abuja.

Or

By Email to: procurement@kncvnigeria.org

For further inquiries on this bid, kindly send an email to:

enquiry@kncvnigeria.org

Selection process

The selected vendor will be contacted via e-mail, immediately after the selection process is concluded.

N/B

– Delivery Location – Independence Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria

– KNCV shall only accept from the selected vendor – “company banking details” not individual/private banking details

– KNCV shall not pay VAT (exemption certificate may be provided to selected vendor on request)

REQUEST TO SUBMIT QUOTATION FOR ONE DESKTOP AND 5 DELL LATITUDE TO KNCV NIGERIA

General Information:

 KNCV is inviting vendors to provide quotations for the desktop and laptops. Quotation should include details such as cost, delivery terms, payment terms all to be submitted on letter headed paper and KNCV RFQ form (attached) alongside company profile.

  • Fill and submit KNCV Vendor information form (form attached)
  • All bids must be written in English and signed by an authorized person.
  • Bids submitted after the closing date/time will neither be opened nor considered.
  • A 5-10% WHT will be deducted per invoice as required by FIRS.

Description of Item

S/N

Description of Items

Quantity

1

HP 200 (Pro) G4 22 All-in-One, Intel Core i5 Processor, 8GB Ram, 512GB SSD, 22-Inches, Windows 10/11 Pro

1

2

Dell Latitude 5430 Core i5 256ssd, 16GB RAM, Backlight Keyboard, Windows 11Pro

5

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible to participate in this process, vendors must provide proof of all the following documents:

  1. Company’s registration documents/certificate of incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC),
  2. CAC 02, CAC 07.
  3. Tax Clearance Certificate for the last 3 year (2020,2021,2023)
  4. Proof of similar supply to 3 organisations.

N/B : It is mandatory to submit the above listed documents whenever you are responding to every advert. 

Evaluation Criteria:

The criteria for evaluation shall include complete registration documents as required above including recent tax clearance certificate, warranty term, return policy, cost, payment terms, and delivery terms.

Submission:

Open Date/Time:  1:00pm Friday, May 10th, 2024

Close Date/Time:  9:00am Monday May 20th, 2024

Procedure for Submitting:

Vendors are to submit requested documentation By HAND to:

KNCV Nigeria; 4th Floor, Block B, AUJ Complex, Plot 564/565  Independence Avenue, Central Business District Abuja.

For further inquiries on this bid, kindly send an email to:

enquiry@kncvnigeria.org

Selection process

The selected vendor will be contacted via e-mail, immediately after the selection process is concluded.

N/B

– Delivery Location – Independence Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria

– KNCV shall only accept from the selected vendor – “company banking details” not individual/private banking details

– KNCV shall not pay VAT (exemption certificate may be provided to selected vendor on request)

 REQUEST TO SUBMIT QUOTATION FOR THE PRINTING AND SUPPLY OF CHEST X-RAY REFERRAL FORMS.

General Information:                                                                                                                           

KNCV is inviting vendors to provide quotations for the printing and supply of X-ray forms.

  • Quotation indicating details of, cost, delivery terms, and payment terms are to be submitted on letter headed paper and KNCV RFQ form (attached) alongside the company profile.
  • Fill and submit the KNCV Vendor information form (form attached)
  • All bids must be written in English and signed by an authorized person.
  • Bids submitted after the closing date/time will neither be opened nor considered.
  • A 5% – 10% WHT will be deducted per invoice as required by FIRS.

Description of Item

S/N

Description of Items

Quantity

1

X-ray booklet: A 150 sheets A5 size booklets (triplicate)

 Print style: landscape, Cover: carton color soft Manila Card

 

5,000 Copies

Delivery Location:

  • KNCV Nigeria Abuja Office

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible to participate in this process, vendors must provide proof of all the following documents:

  1. Company’s registration documents/certificate of incorporation with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC),
  2. CAC 02, CAC 07.
  3. Tax Clearance Certificate for the last 3 year (2020,2021,2022, 2023)
  4. Proof of similar printing to 3 organizations.

N/B: It is mandatory to submit the required documents above.

Evaluation Criteria:

The criteria for evaluation shall include complete registration documents as required above including recent tax certificate, cost, payment terms, and delivery terms.

Submission:

Open Date/Time: 11:00 am Wednesday April 03, 2024

Close Date/Time: 9:00 am Friday, April 12, 2024

Procedure for Submitting:

Vendors are to submit requested documentation By HAND to:

KNCV Nigeria; Plot 564/565 block B Independence Avenue Central Business District Abuja.

For further inquiries on this bid, kindly send an email to: enquiry@kncvnigeria.org

Selection process

The selected vendor will be contacted via e-mail, immediately after the selection process is concluded.

N/B

– Delivery Location – Independence Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria

– The shortlisted vendors will be required to bring sample(s) for sighting at KNCV Head office (Same as delivery location)

– KNCV shall only accept from the selected vendor – “company banking details” not individual/private banking details

– KNCV shall not pay VAT (exemption certificate may be provided to the selected vendor on request)

REQUEST TO SUBMIT QUOTATION FOR THE SUPPLY OF LABORATORY REAGENTS, CONSUMABLES AND PHARMACEUTICAL SUPPLIES FOR KNCV/NATIONAL DRUG RESISTANT SURVEY (DRS) PROJECT

General Information:               

KNCV Nigeria is inviting vendors to submit quotations for the supply of Laboratory Reagents, Consumables and Pharmaceutical Supplies

  • Quotation indicating details of, Brand(s) cost, delivery, and payment terms, are to be submitted on company letter headed paper and KNCV RFQ form (attached) alongside company profile.
  • Fill and submit KNCV Vendor information form (form attached)
  • All bids must be written in English and signed by an authorized person.
  • Bids submitted after the closing date/time will neither be opened nor considered.
  • A 5% – 10% WHT will be deducted per invoice as required by FIRS.

Description of Item

Find attached DETAILED specifications of all 84 items for supply.  

Please note that these items have been grouped into 4 categories:

Reagents

Consumables

Supplies and

Pharmaceutical Supplies

Delivery Location:

  • KNCV Nigeria Central Office – Abuja, Nigeria

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible to participate in this process, vendors must provide proof of all the following:

  1. Company’s registration documents/certificate of incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC),
  2. CAC 02, CAC 07.
  3. Tax Clearance Certificate for the Last 3 year (2020,2021,2022 or 2023)
  4. Proof of similar supply to 3 organisations.

N/B: It is mandatory to submit the above listed documents whenever you are responding to any KNCV Nigeria advert. 

Evaluation Criteria:

The criteria for evaluation shall include:

Complete registration documents including recent tax certificate,

Preferred brands

Cost

Delivery terms

Payment terms

Submission:

Open Date/Time: 08:00am Wednesday March 28, 2024

Close Date/Time:  09:00am Wednesday April 10, 2024

Procedure for Submitting:

All bids are to be submitted By HAND to:

KNCV Nigeria; Plot 564/565 block B independence avenue Central Business District Abuja.

For further inquiries on this bid, kindly send an email to: enquiry@kncvnigeria.org

Selection process

The selected vendor will be contacted via e-mail, immediately after the selection process is concluded.

N/B

– Delivery Location – KNCV Nigeria Central Office, Abuja, Nigeria

– KNCV shall only accept from the selected vendor – “company banking details” not individual/private banking details

– KNCV shall not pay VAT (exemption certificate may be provided to selected vendor on request)

REQUEST TO SUBMIT QUOTATION FOR THE PRINTING OF SOPs, FORMS, REGISTERS & STICKERS

FOR NATIONAL DRUG RESISTANT SURVEY (DRS)

General Information: 

KNCV Nigeria is inviting vendors to submit quotations for the printing and supply of SOPs, Forms, Registers and Stickers.

  • Quotation indicating details of cost, delivery, and payment terms, are to be submitted on company letter headed paper and KNCV RFQ form (attached) alongside company profile.
  • Fill and submit KNCV Vendor information form (form attached)
  • All bids must be written in English and signed by an authorized person.
  • Bids submitted after the closing date/time will neither be opened nor considered.
  • A 5% – 10% WHT will be deducted per invoice as required by FIRS.

Description of Item

Find attached DETAILED specifications of all 27 documents to be printed (Laboratory, Programs and M&E).

Also note that these prints will be done in 2 Batches (Batch 1 – For pilot Study; Batch 2 for actual implementation)

Batch 2 to be reviewed and updated after the pilot study.

Batch 2 to be printed and delivered approximately 2months after delivery of Batch 1.

Delivery Location:

  • KNCV Nigeria Central Office – Abuja, Nigeria

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible to participate in this process, vendors must provide proof of all the following:

  1. Company’s registration documents/certificate of incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC),
  2. CAC 02, CAC 07.
  3. Tax Clearance Certificate for the Last 3 years (2020,2021,2022 or 2023)
  4. Proof of similar supply to 3 organisations.

N/B: It is mandatory to submit the above listed documents whenever you are responding to any KNCV Nigeria advert.

Evaluation Criteria:

The criteria for evaluation shall include:

Complete registration documents including recent tax certificate,

Cost

Delivery terms

Payment terms

Submission:

Open Date/Time:  08:00am Monday March 25, 2024

Close Date/Time:  09:00am Wednesday April 03, 2024

Procedure for Submitting:

All bids are to be submitted By HAND to:

KNCV Nigeria; Plot 564/565 Block B Independence Avenue, Central Business District Abuja.

For further inquiries on this bid, kindly send an email to: enquiry@kncvnigeria.org

Selection process

The selected vendor will be contacted via e-mail, immediately after the selection process is concluded.

N/B

– Delivery Location – KNCV Nigeria Central Office, Abuja, Nigeria

– KNCV shall only accept from the selected vendor – “company banking details” not individual/private banking details

– KNCV shall not pay VAT (exemption certificate may be provided to selected vendor on request)

REQUEST FOR QUOTATION TO SUPPLY AND INSTALL ONE (1) BRAND NEW TOYOTA FORTUNER ENGINE TO KNCV NIGERIA, KADUNA OFFICE.

General Information:

Quotation indicating detail of, cost, delivery terms, payment terms, detailed terms of warranty, delivery/installation policy are to be submitted on letter headed paper and KNCV RFQ form (attached) alongside company profile.

  • Fill and submit KNCV Vendor information form (form attached)
  • All bids must be written in English and signed by an authorized person.
  • Bids submitted after the closing date/time will neither be opened nor considered.
  • A 5% – 10% WHT will be deducted per invoice as required by FIRS.

Description of Item

S/N

Description of Items

Quantity

1

·  TOYOTA FORTUNER

·  MFD BY THAICO.LTD….2013

·  MODEL No 7P8360_P

·  ID. No. T55963

·  ARE(4MP) /MADE IN 0434008. /THAILAND

·  ENGINE type_2TR.

1

Delivery Location: Kaduna State Ministry of Health and Human Services 

Independence way, Kaduna, Nigeria.

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible to participate in this process, vendors must provide proof of all the following documents:

  1. Company’s registration documents/certificate of incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC),
  2. CAC 02, CAC 07.
  3. Tax Clearance Certificate (For the Last 3 years)
  4. Proof of similar supply/installation to 3 organisations.

N/B: It is mandatory to submit the above listed documents whenever you are responding to every advert.

Evaluation Criteria:

The criteria for evaluation shall include complete registration documents as required above including recent tax certificate, cost, payment terms,  detailed terms of warranty, delivery/installation policy.

Submission:

Open Date/Time:  2:00pm Wednesday February 28, 2024

Close Date/Time:   10: 00am Monday March 04, 2024

Procedure for Submitting:

Vendors are to submit requested documentation By HAND to:

KNCV Nigeria; Plot 564/565 block B independence avenue Central Business District Abuja.

For further inquiries on this bid, kindly send an email to: enquiry@kncvnigeria.org

Selection process

The selected vendor will be contacted via e-mail, immediately after the selection process is concluded.

N/B

– KNCV shall only accept from the selected vendor – “company banking details” not individual/private banking details

– KNCV shall not pay VAT (exemption certificate may be provided to selected vendor on request)